Release from the American DoD; BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan â Afghan and Coalition forces killed one insurgent yesterday in combat in the Deh Rawod District of Uruzgan Province. While conducting a combined security patrol, Afghan National Army and Coalition elements engaged four Taliban insurgents with small-arms fire, killing one, and then called for close-air support. Coalition aircraft responded and dropped two joint direct attack munitions â 2,000-pound guided bombs. No battle-damage assessment was available; there were no Afghan or Coalition casualties in the engagement. âThe enemies of Afghanistan cannot stand up to the firepower and strength of Afghan and Coalition forces,â said Lt. Col. Paul Fitzpatrick, spokesman for the Coalitionâs Combined Joint Task Force â 76. âWe will continue to work with our Afghan counterparts to not allow the enemies of this nation a momentâs rest.â Bloody hell, air support for four bloody people! And isn't this giving the Afghan Army a unrealistic view of things? How many times are they going to be able to call for air support when we've gone home?